Non-Parental Custody Attorney Tacoma

When a court considers a non-parental custody case, the first priority is the best interest of the children involved. The second is determining whether the parents are unfit or unwilling to meet parental responsibilities so that custody is awarded to the petitioner. A Non-Parental Custody Attorney in Tacoma will provide more detailed information and represent you in a court of law whether you are a parent fighting for custody, or petitioning for non-parental custody. Eagle Law Offices, P.S. can supply this attorney.

Operating throughout Washington, we have the extensive skills, expertise and experience required for your case. As your legal representative, Eagle Law Offices, P.S. will work closely with you and will handle your case with respect, intensity and sensitivity.

Contact Eagle Law Offices, P.S. at 1-877-579-0650 to consult our Non-Parental Custody Attorney in Tacoma. Our FAQ page and blog contain additional information.

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